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    Quote Originally Posted by botswanadreams View Post
    Please have in mind that Zanzibar is full of Russians at the moment.
    A month ago I came in on a plane full of Czechs going to Zanzibar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shorty. View Post
    A month ago I came in on a plane full of Czechs going to Zanzibar
    No more Czechs there now. Many african countries are forbidden for us untill 11.4. due to virus variant incidence. Just Namibia remained for us now. Sadly we are No.1 in Covid and the forbidden countries have about 50 times lower incidence then us at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by botswanadreams View Post
    "... We are just back from a Tanzania Safari but without going to Zanzibar.
    It must have been memorable during these quite times. It would be very nice to have a report at least on your blog site.

    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hedgehog View Post
    Have you seen the Saffers?

    I think your post shows some bigotry..

    We love Russians, they are good fun, hearty, and wholesome people who would do anything for a friend.. Try joining them next time. You will be amazed.

    Also.. They have the most amazing looking woman!
    I like Russians - especially with chips and a Coke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by botswanadreams View Post

    We are just back from a Tanzania Safari but without going to Zanzibar.
    I look forward to reading your Tanzanian trip report, Botswanadreams, which I know will be up to your usual very high standard - and with fantastic photos.

    I wonder if you are now in quarantine in Germany after your trip to Tanzania?

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    Quote Originally Posted by botswanadreams View Post
    We grew up in the GDR and had our own experience with them. If you like 100 gram Wodka many times on an evening than it is fine. If you like that they wast more than half of the food they take from the buffet than it is fine. If you like noisy people than it is fine too. If you don't care about Covid 19 than it is time for you to join the mass tourism in Zanzibar now.

    We are just back from a Tanzania Safari but without going to Zanzibar.

    They canít be as obnoxious as Brits in costa del sol. Iíve met a lot of really cool and fun Russians. They have a great perspective on life. Sure, there are some obnoxious ones. Plenty of obnoxious Germans. And even more obnoxious Americans.

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    @apfac and @Wazungu Wawili There will be of course a trip report - maybe not in my usually way - more like images with a little bit text. The low number of Tourists and the opportunity to get a Spezial Campsite at Lake Ndutu in February was the reason for us to go back to Tanzania on a very short note. With Ethiopian Airlines we had not this trouble with tests before flying. We are now on day 5 of 10 in quarantine at home but this isn't a problem for us. We are not anymore in the job and the fridge and the freezer are full. We can easily survive.

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    Botswanadreams, there must be plenty to tell about being in a special campsite at Lake Ndutu in February during the peak wildebeest calving period. Please share all with us deprived and frustrated travelers. Don't spare any details .
    Stanley Weakley.
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    ďGreat journeys are memorable not so much for what you saw, but for where you campedĒ.

    Trans East Africa 2015/2016 Trip report https://www.4x4community.co.za/forum...-6-SLOW-DONKEY
    OR
    http://www.4x4community.co.za/forum/...e16?highlight= from post 315.

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